I have used Vegas before, however, I am a bit new in DVD architect. I have many videos that are aligned in order from 1 to 10. The viewer requests to see all the ten videos in that order, however, also wants to have the option available to replay the previously seen video, or go a video back, prior to eventually choosing to see the next one.
So basically, the viewer might want to see videos 1, 2, 3, 4, then see 4 again, perhaps 4 once more, then see 5, go back to 4, see 5 again, then 6, and then 6 again, 7, 8, 9, and lastly 10. Each time, when a video is over, the viewer should be consulted whether they want to move to the next video, repeat the same video, or go back to the previous video, and should be consulted on buttons on the screen (not remote control buttons that are seen in the preview) because the videos could be played in a computer.
Now, I understand that this can be done with buttons. But, can DVD architect hold still the last frame in say video 1 in the main menu and present the buttons to go back, repeat, or next, on such a still frame? Further, can the same process be repeated when the viewer chooses to go to the 2nd video, and now the 2nd videos last frame also be frozen and presented in the main menu while the viewer is choosing what other video do they want to watch?
Always the last frame of every video to be presented in the main menu is what I am asking whether DVD architect could cover?